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NEWS OF THE WOttLD.
WAR AND PEACE.
A story that Victoria would abdicate
iu event of war is officially declaied
in London tvs “supremely ridiculous.”
A train carrying a portion of the
Thirteenth Minnesota narrowly es
caped being thrown down a precipice.
Massachusetts republicans unani
mously adopted resolutions indorsing
President McKinley's Philippine
Otis reported America's good offices
will be sought in hopes of averting the
impending war between Britain and
Gen. Fred Grant led an advance,
driving the insurgents from the entire
west bank of the Imus River. Ten
Filipinos were killed and three
The secret service bureau has re
ceived notice of anew and dangerous
counterfeit $lO silver Certificate, series
of 1891, letter B, Tillman register and
Morgan treasurer, with portrait of
Britain is said to have offered peace
to the Transvaal if the latter will dis
arm, give the franchise to aliens and
indemnify England for her war prep
arations. The British camp at Ma
feking was twice aroused for expected
battle. Boers patrol the Transvaal
border with orders to let no British
The cruiser Brooklyn has sailed
Hampton roads for Manila via
the suz Canal The Nashville will
i-aav* “an Juan this week for Manila
**v th same route. Reports received
f-om the auxilliary cruiser Barger
show that she is in need off consider
able repairs, and It may be decided to
transfer her officers and crew to the
Ranger, just completed, and dispatch
that vessel to join the Asiatic squad
Admiral Dewey has chosen J. W.
Crawford as his official secretary. Mr.
Crawford is an employe in the office of
the judge-advocate-general of the
navy. He will hold the rank of lieu
tenant in the navy. Provision for a
secretary of this rank was made in the
act which granted such assistance to
Admiral Porter. As the law has never
been repealed, the navy department
holds that Admiral Dewey may enjoy
the same privileges as his predecessors.
Col. Bryan's tour of Ohio will be
confined to the democratic counties in
the northwestern part of the state. He
will leave Kentucky the evening of
October 18, coming direct to Ohio,
where a special train will carry him
through the counties of Shelby, Van
Wert, Mercer, Paulding, Defiance,
Henry, Ottawa, Miami, Harding, Sen
eca, Sandusky, Wyandotte, Marion,
Crawford, Anglaise, Hancock and Put
nam. He will make six speeches a
day, the first being at Greenville on
October 19 and the last at Sandusky on
the evening of October 21.
Fifteen passengers were injured in a
wreck in Wisconsin.
Tammany and republican assembly
slates have been prepared.
A. L. Pease of Kirkwood, 111., was
killed by a runaway team.
The Minnesota woman suffragists
are in session at Albert Lea.
A gratifying decrease is shown in the
number of business failures.
Nebraska mid-road populists are for
mally abandoning free silver.
The University of Virginia has un
veiled a bust of Edgar Allen Poe.
A receiver is asked for the Equitable
Mutual Life Association of lowa.
Suit has been brought in Indiana
against an alleged insurance trust.
John 0. Barton, a farmer living
near Lincoln, Neb., was killed by hogs.
Democratic Chairman Jones is back
from Europe and is still for free sil
The International Commercial con
gress is in session in Philadelphia this
Frederick Chopin, charged with
'orgiug notes at Brazil, Ind., has been
The Woman’s Relief Corps of the
Eighth Illinois District is in session
Lord and Lady Charles Bqresford
are guests of W. Bourke Cochran in
Tammany Hall arranged for a com
bination with the German-American
The navy wants $73,045.183 —$24,537,-
187 more than appropriations for the
current fiscal year.
Hans Christensen of Savanna, 111.,
tried to drown his six children, then
Wiliam J. Berry, builder of a Dewey
day stand, testified to extortions before
the Mazet committee.
Antonio Shlabello of New York was
shot down by his wife's side while on
his way to church.
Bishop Joyce’s appointments of min
isters for the Northern Minnesota
Methodist conference are announced.
Walter Wellman, the returned Arctic
explorer, says he expects tot sec the
lole reached within the next ten years.
Ihe claims made for the Marconi
system of wireless telegraphy! seem
Justified by actual tests lA New
Secretary of Agriculture WllsAi says
this year’s corn crop in the United-
States will be close to 2,500,000,000
Burroughs, convicted at Winona of
bigamy, is sentenced to the peniten
tiary, his motion for a new trial being
Oswald Ottendorfer, Henry Waiter
son and other political leaders united
in expressing preference for Dewey
Max Diamond of New York shot
Celia Kaplan because she refused to
marry him. The girl will recover,
Two residences, a saloon, a grocery,
and a flour and feed warehouse at La
Salle, 111., were destroyed by fire;
loss, $50,000; insurance, $7,500.
A New York man is arrested, charg
ed with defrauding the government by
selling war revenue stamps chemi
cally restored after cancellation.
W. J. Bryan says the result of the
elections In Nebraska, lowa and Ohio
will be taken as approval or condem
nation of McKinley’s policy.
The widow and son of Henry B.
Plant of New York, owner of the Plant
system of -ailroads and steamships in
Florida, will contest his will.
The tw r iity-ninth annual convention
of the Woman’s Foreign Missionary
society of the Methodist Church is in
three days’ session at Appleton, Wis.
Rear-Admiral Henry L. Howison
was placed on the retired list of the
navy by operation of law on account of
age. He will make his residence in
New York City.
General Davis, at San Juan, reports
the death of Private James F. Powell,
Company M, Eleventh Infantry, dy
sentery. Major George O. Webster
(retired) died at Fort Sheridan Hos
Chairman Jones, of the democratic
national committee, said the next cam
paign would be fought on anti-imper
ialism, free silver, anti-trusts and re
duction of tariffs, with Bryan as the
A large proportion of the business
houses of Makanda, 111., was destroyed
by fire. Seventeen business places
were burned with a loss of more than
$60,000. Two persons were injured by
the falling walls. The fire is sup
posed to be incendiary.
Harry Hough, former assistant
cashier of the Cocheco National Bank
of Dover, N. H., was indicted by the
grand jury of the United States Dis
trict Court on the charge of embezzl
ing $5,500 of the bank's funds. Hough
was later sentenced to five years in
James Cashon was found dead ten
feet from his own doorstep. He'had
been stabbed in the back. It is believed
to be the work of two Finlanders who
had sworn to get even with Cashon for
assisting policemen in arresting an
other Finn a few weeks ago. Several
suspects are in jail.
There have been only three new
cas '3 of yellow fever officially reported
this month at Havana and there are
only five patients now under treatment
in the hospital. It is believed that
four of these will recover. The sani
tary authorities believe that hereafter
only occasional cases will arise.
Forest fires are raging in the vicin
ity of Oconto to an alarming extent
The air is filled with smoke and the
sky reflects a deep red hue at night.
Six farmhouses have been burned and
a large amount of hay and miles of
fences consumed. Unless rain comes
at once a large amount or property will
The remains of George Smith, the
pioneer banker of Chicago and the
northwest, who died Saturday at the
Reform Club, London, were interred
Wednesday at Elgin, where he once
resided. James Smith, his nephew and
heir presumptive, now in New York
City, has been cabled to come to Lon
The British ship Benmohr, which
reached San Francisco from Hong
kong will be turned over to the United
States army for transport service as
soon as she discharges her cargo of
coal. The Russian steamer Dalyvos
tok. which is now on the way from
Yokohama to Honolulu loaded with
Japanese laborers for the Hawaiian Is
lands, has been secured by the United
States army for a transport.
If there is war In South Africa the
war department will be represented at
the scene of hostilities. The state de
partment has formally requested the
British forces embassy to obtain
authority for the presence with the
officer. It is likely that Capt. Stephen
L. H. Slocum. Eighth cavalry, now
military attache at Vienna, will be de
tailed for this duty. It is understood
that he has expressed a desire for the
assignment, and as he is an officer ot
ability, keen observation and experi
ence. he will probably be sent to the
field of operations.
For saving the life of an American
soldier Major General Otis has granted
a full pardon to Domingo Magno, a
Filipino prisoner who was sentenced
by a Spanish court in 1897 to penal
servitude for six years for robbery.
Magno suffered confinement for the
alleged offense for four years prior to
his trial and conviction. During the
attack on Manila last February by In
surgent sympathizers the prisoner
saved the life of an American soldier,
and the provost marshal general re
ported tha: he had displayed good
conduct during the time he had been
under surveillance by Americans.
Orders have been telegraphed to the
Boston navy yard to expedite the work
on the gunboat Bancroft, and she
will be placed In commission without
loss of time and sent to the far east.
The gunboat Annapolis is now at the
Norfolk navy yard, and her repairs
will be pushed. The protected cruiser
Albany will be completed by Jan. 1
and orders will soon be issued for her |
detail of officers and crew and they
will be sent to England and take
charge of the vessel proceeding a
once to Manila. The gun boa' Mac!,'
has been ordered to Boston to under
go repairs and th 4 Marietta may be
sent to Manila Wi.__.out making the
survey of the mouth of the Orinoco
The automobile is likely to play an
important part in military operations,
and e- „ with them at home
and- ,tbrc id are being observed with
keen interest by army officials. Gen
eral Miles is understood to have
taken a keen interest in the subject,
and it would not be surprising if he
makes some reference to- it in his an
nual report. The reports of our mil
itary attaches who attended the army
maneuvers in Europe this summer
show that the automobile played a
prominent part in the transportation
of supplies, and that It was used with
effect in the German exercises in the
delivery of reserve ammunition. The
United States Signal Office recently
purchased three automobiles, which
have been received at the Fort Myer
station. They will be used in the
work of the signal corps In the trans
portation of quartermaster or ord
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